http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/healthscience/2012/january/coconut-oil-touted-as-alzheimers-remedy/ This article discusses how coconut oil may slow the growth of Alzheimer’s cells. It kind of seems like the brain needs to accept glucose, and part of this disease is preventing that. The cells die, and they can’t accept glucose anymore. “But there is an alternative fuel — ketones, […]
I felt super inspired while cooking the other day, and decided to try stuffed bell peppers.
Yesterday I had blogged about my favorite foods, finally deciding on cake. And while cake is good, and I love those special days when I treat myself to a cake ball or something, there are SO MANY things that I like better! A scan through my iPhoto was the perfect […]
Do you want something that is sweet, easy to make, cool for the summer, and super healthy? Ahhh, me too. And I want it to actually fill me up, unlike an ice pop or bowl of Arctic Zero whey-protein ice cream (although that stuff is good). Introducing the perfect summer […]
This week at work, I included a post-workout snack in the menu since my client regularly hits the gym. Well, really, I’ve been to the gym with her- she kicks MAJOR butt in the gym. Box squats with 20 pound weights, holding planks for 90 seconds at a time… Whew. […]
Recently, I started cooking on a professional level. I am a personal chef for this great woman in downtown Austin. She was a client of Scott’s for his health & weight loss firm (more on that later) and I stepped in to cook lunches and dinners for her. So far […]
I keep buying cans of organic pumpkin puree even though it is so far past pumpkin season. I end up using it if I have it, baking and mixing it into my oatmeal. This week I made a cookie recipe that Scott has been wanting me to make since it […]